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  • bate The Fourteenth bate the French down at Merca there, and took seventy prisoners; but sure it's little good it'll do, after all."
  • berate It is this mask that offends so many of the praters against cruelty, irritates them to denunciations more merciless than the lack of mercy they berate, and blinds their nearsighted eyes to the village heart that beats in every city-a huge heart made up of countless village hearts.
  • beret Before them Mildrid would not ask more, and afterwards her own morbid reflections took possession of her again, and along with them the feeling that she was no fit person to be in charge of Beret.
  • bite Snake-bite, 327. Soaps, 11, 186, 187, 190. Socket.
  • bode Bode, Christian, 211, 233-234, 236, 255 Bogomils, 63, et seq.
  • boot Mamma never would let me go near the kitchen, and do you know I have never even seen any uncooked food except in shop windows and don't know a raw beefsteak from an old boot leg?"
  • bootee Remember you must always begin a row on the right side of the bootee.
  • bore 522, it is stated that the mother of Ossian bore him whilst in the shape of a doe.
  • bored Wolfram Eschenbach began to sing "Blick' ich umher in diesem edlen Kreise," and once more silence fell upon the bored crowd.
  • bot 28. If any one take property from a dwelling, let him pay a three- fold bot.
  • brat There may be another luckless little brat wanting you to-night."
  • breed "That breed girl of mine ain't got the least idea of how to straighten up a room," she observed complainingly.
  • bride At the wedding breakfast she is taken in by the father of the bride, following after the ushers and the maids of honor.
  • brie The diligence passes our garden gate early in the morning, and in an hour and a half takes us to Meaux, former capital of the province of La Brie, bishopric of the famous Bossuet, and one of the early strongholds of the Reformation.
  • brit More months passed, and Brit received, by registered mail, a notice that he was being sued for divorce on the ground of non-support.
  • britt Mr. Orne was saying, "As your manager, Britt-" Mr. Britt scowled at Mr. Files, and the latter slap-slupped on his slippered way; it was certainly news that Britt had taken on a manager.
  • broad Before it has had time to fall its neighbor is attacked, and a broad strip of sunlight is soon let into the wood.
  • broke Then he broke his fast, the reason being given that his pulse was down to 54, and he was afraid of dying.
  • bronte It is of Emily Bronte I speak, than whom the first fifty years of this century produced no woman of greater or more incontestable genius.
  • brood They burn with an unquenched and smothered fire Consumed by longings over which they brood, Oblivious of time, without desire, Alone and lost in their great solitude.
  • brooder This means there would have to be on this plant a heated brooder house capacity for 15,000 ducklings.
  • broth "Come and have some broth with me," said he; "and from henceforth look upon this marriage project as one of the many pranks in which you have engaged.
  • brother What hath befallen my white Brother?
  • brow "Glad to see you well and happy, my pretty maiden," said Adam, stooping down to kiss her fair brow, his big heart yearning towards her as if she were truly his child.
  • bruit 3:19 There is no healing of thy bruise; thy wound is grievous: all that hear the bruit of thee shall clap the hands over thee: for upon whom hath not thy wickedness passed continually?
  • brut In 1155 Wace, the author of the Roman de Rou, turned Geoffrey's work into a French poem entitled Brut d' Angleterre, "brut" being a Welsh word meaning chronicle.
  • brute The children had huddled like sheep against the wall furthest away, a tattered, unkempt crew of misbegotten humanity; terrible fruit of a union of ignorance and brute passion.
  • byte Hip. I, Madam, but they saie, he will beat one in jest, and byte in kindenesse, and teare ones ruffes in Courtshippe.
  • rate If our motives were not the worst, they were, at any rate, not the best; I suppose they were the usual human motives, and I am afraid they were mixed.
  • rite The rite has been restored in some places on the authority of individual Bishops as a Scriptural practice.
  • rot That Sheriff Burley tried to tell me and dad a lot of rot about this Wade.
  • rota -Micronesia: Mariana Islands-Guam, Rota, Tinian, Agiguan, Saipan, Almagan, Pagan, Agrihan, Asuncion.
  • rote In this absolute obscurity the retreating figure was instantaneously swallowed, so that the shrewd ex-detective, who had learned by rote every article of his dress, and every button on it, and could have sworn to every mark on his horse at York Fair, had no chance of discovering in the ultimate line of his retreat, any clue to his destination.
  • route And in those days the passage of the White Pass, across which the line now runs, was almost as unpleasant a journey as that over the Chilkoot judging from the following account given by Professor Heilprin, who was one of the first to enter the country by this route.
  • Brae Tollymore Park is some four or five miles south-east of Dolly's Brae, which is in the heart of the Catholic district, and, as I have said, far out of the direct road of the Orangemen returning to their own homes.
  • Bred The fight of our age is a fight against a plutocracy bred of Liberalism.
  • Bret This young man's name was Francis Bret Harte, originally from Albany, later a miner and school-teacher on the Stanislaus, still later a compositor, finally a contributor, on the Golden Era.
  • Brett The girl's face faded out and that of Sir Winton Brett-Homes faded in.
  • Rode Now they rode with Driscoll, among the Missourians.
  • Wrote
  • brutes Obtuseness to the beauty and meaning of Nature sinks us to the level of the brutes.
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  • BRO Bro had been on the staircase only five minutes before.
  • broader In spite of the criticism that a purely Labour movement should confine itself to Labour questions, and leave the broader political issues to the one side, The Irish Worker declared for an independent Irish Republic: "We know," it said, "that until the workers of Ireland obtain possession of the land of Ireland and make their own laws they can only hope for and obtain partial improvement of their conditions.

31 words made from the letters brote

4 letter words made from brote:

beor, tero, boer, toer, boet, orte, orbe, rote, tore, treo, rebo, beot, bore, robe, ebro.

3 letter words made from brote:

bot, ter, toe, roe, bet, ert, tor, ret, orb, rot, reb, ore, rob.

5 letter words made from brote:

trobe, tober, borte.

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